Our vision: ‘to create the most well-known graduates in the industry’.
Jakarta, as one of the most social media active cities in the world offers an exciting hub for students who endeavor to study Communications. Students of this discipline will be given the opportunity to immerse themselves into the roles of their field, by doing real life case studies, field trips and receiving world-class education by professionals.
Communication students don’t only complete their studies in Indonesia, but also can take advantage of our university wide international exchange program. Whether it is Germany, Poland, South Korea or the US – our students love to travel and experience a global education with our many partners.
The Communications Program exposes students to a variety of prominent personalities on a regular basis through its weekly Tech Media Talk, in order to build early into their studies connections to the industry and allow them to discover their true passion.
The three streamings of the program, Journalism, Public Relations and Entertainment Communications will allow students to connect with those industries during their studies and discover their true talents. Upon graduation, students will understand how to utilize the power of digital media, form strategies and know how to measure their successes.
The Communications program takes four years in total; students can choose for an oversees experience to complete a Double Degree with Northumbria School of Design based in Newcastle, England, or opt for shorter travel options to cities all over the world.
Public Relations empower graduates to be representatives of organizations or programs to the public, digitally and in person. Throughout the program, students will learn to become confident public speakers by creating high quality content and developing innovative communicating skills. Students are facilitated to meet with high-profile personalities, social entrepreneurs and commercial businesses to learn about aspects of reputation building and public representation.
Journalism will grow students’ skills of critical investigation and reporting in various fields. Students will be encouraged to work using a variety of media, such as film and radio, in addition to written publications, in order to explore their skills. From the very first semester onwards students are encouraged and supported to publish their work through blogs and websites.
Aspiring journalists receive the opportunity to join special events, in order to cover newsworthy stories on behalf of the university and real organizations. Creative writing workshops within the course structure are also backed by voluntary student clubs in debating and photography.
Entertainment Communications is relevant for students interested in the creative arts and sports, whom intend to become industry savvy and gain skills to market themselves effectively utilising Social Media. Whether students are artists themselves, enjoy working on creating public events, or want to position themselves in a managerial agency role – skills necessary to survive the entertainment industry are shared by professionals to guide them through this very competitive field.
Do you want to know more or would like to visit the campus and talk to us in person? Send an email to:
Christine Gneuss (Email the Head of Program)
Andari Karina Anom (Email the Deputy Head of Program)
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